“I was so much confounded, that I could not speak; yet, finding he walked quietly on, I could not endure he should make his own interpretation of my silence; and therefore, as soon as I recovered from my surprise, I said ‘Indeed, my Lord, you are much mistaken,– Mr. 217 more words
Tags » Evelina
338 more words
“…I tremble lest he should mistake my indignation for confusion! – lest he should misconstrue my reserve into embarrassment! – for how, my dearest Sir, how shall I be able totally to divest myself of the respect with which I have been used to think of him?
I found it really interesting the different ways Evelina experienced the opera when comparing her time with the Branghtons as opposed to the Mirvans. Despite Captain Mirvan being a dick while they were there, she greatly enjoyed the opera while enjoying it with the Mirvans, but she was disgusted and absolutely hated being there with the Branghtons. 112 more words